This Sunday At Church
Matthew 5:38-48, 18:21-22
(Click Here To Read This Sunday's Scriptures)
Rev. Bob Chase preaching
About The Scripture:
This Sunday, Rev. Bob Chase sheds light on the exciting intersection of age-old texts with contemporary innovation.
Children And Learning Centers:
Starting on September 10, Childcare will be in the new Childcare Room on the first floor of the main building and Learning Center will be in their new classroom in that same suite.
This Sunday, September 24 At 11:30am
Second Hour On End Of Life Planning In Person And On Zoom (The Zoom link will be in Sunday's e-newsletter, on the front page of the church website and in the calendar event listing.)
Donald “Donny” Dennison, Esq., a member of First Congregational Church, Montclair and local elder law attorney, will be hosting an informative discussion on elder law immediately following worship on Sunday September 24, 2023. Elder law is an emerging practice area that focuses on developing holistic plans to address the unique needs of aging and disabled individuals (of all ages), including, but not limited to, plans that will meet the health, financial and social needs of a person and their loved ones. Topics to be discussed include estate planning, long-term care planning
and government benefits. Joining Donny will be one of his colleagues, Jacqueline Yarmo, Esq., who also an Elder Law attorney. Please join us for what is sure to be an informative but casual discussion on these important topics!
This Sunday, September 24 At 5pm
Multi-Church Youth Group Launch: Ice Cream Social
We excited to be taking part in the formation of a new, multi-church youth group. The ecumenical youth ministry project will create a space for young people to experience a welcoming, supportive Christian community that affirms their full identities, that enables them to develop deep and meaningful relationships with their peers, and that
encourages the development of a progressive Christian spirituality. A collaborative effort of First Lutheran Church, Glen Ridge Congregational Church, Grace Presbyterian Church, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, and Union